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moshi-moshi
Hello,

Last year m0nster stopped creating the monthly html catalog.

We had turned ours off and were told in a few months it would go away from the search engines.

Unfortunately, the pages show up over and over again...and not just the html1 - # but also many specific product pages are being indexed as well with the browseproducts link.

We were told to make a ticket to NetSol to have it removed from the server.

We did submit the ticket and were informed it was taken care of. The problem is those pages are still out there on a server somewhere.

Please tell us where it is located and who at netSol knows how to delete the browseproducts pages.

As m0nster customers this was a 'free service' for us.

In addition, we (m0nster customers) did not have access to edit or delete the pages or the server.

Could someone please help us take care of this once and for all.

Thank you so much.
Training Shop

We too are monthly see a "catalog update" for a service that is not suppose to be valid anymore. Shows up as deactivated but we still are having monstersmile.gif Marketplace pages showing up on the web. We requested over a year ago for this to stop as the pages in monstersmile.gif Marketplace were all skewed and products from other vendors with questionable content were being mixed with our products.

We ask that our request for removable of these monstersmile.gif Marketplace pages be honored.

Thanks.

CTS
senioremporium
Hi

It seems that your robots.txt allows that to happen:

User-agent: *

Disallow: /admin/
Disallow: /affiliatewiz/
Disallow: /eproducts/
Disallow: /themes/

You may want to add the /browseproducts directory to the Disallow as well

Scooter
Training Shop
QUOTE(senioremporium @ Aug 26 2009, 04:04 PM) *
Hi

It seems that your robots.txt allows that to happen:

User-agent: *

Disallow: /admin/
Disallow: /affiliatewiz/
Disallow: /eproducts/
Disallow: /themes/

You may want to add the /browseproducts directory to the Disallow as well

Scooter


Thanks Scooter...should have thought of that...so simple. Diane
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